Contemporary Impressionist Landscape Paintings
Marc Todd is an acclaimed and internationally collected impressionist landscape and cityscape artist, working from his studio on the edge of the Somerset Levels in the South West of the UK.
Marc defines his style as Contemporary Impressionism, using colour and light, textures and marks to create dynamic and engaging paintings that are truly unique and highly distinctive.
This treatment of paint is used to create the vibrant landscapes and cityscapes for which he is gaining an international reputation among collectors of contemporary art.
Despite landscapes and cityscapes appearing to be very different subject matters,
Marc recognises and creates a visual synergy between the two, with an approach to the application of paint, and visual composition that is used to communicate a sense of spontaneity and dynamism in each of the environments.
His signature style centres around an intuitive, modern use of colour and a subtle application of texture. Marc has developed a range of techniques to apply paint with unique tools, including sponges, paint rollers, strips of balsa wood and even Lego bricks. His stunning paintings capture the fast pace of urban city life and the natural movement of the forest.
'Light is often hinted at with many artistic renditions, but with Marc Todd, light is the main focus. His artwork inspires an amazing perspective of light moving across the painting. Light is emphasized in various seasons and times of the year to convey a specific emotion and perspective. You can always see where the light source is emanating from in Marc Todd’s pieces and they are among the most unique studies of light from the artist’s view'.
NEW! Travel Print Collection.
Available to purchase now. Click on image below to shop the collection.
Commission A Painting.
As well as the available published works for sale on this site, Marc can also be commissioned to produce a piece uniquely created to your requirements.
The commission process starts with discussions between the artist and client,with sketches produced for consideration before the final composition is agreed.
Please use the contact form for more information or to enquire about the commissioning of a specific piece.